Faith Evans is an illustrious American singer, record producer, songwriter, and actress. She was born in Florida and raised in New Jersey. In 1993 she shifted to Los Angeles to pursueg her dream of a career in the music industry. She is one of the most eminent R&B singers of all time, and a ‘Grammy’ winner. She was a child prodigy and began to sing at the age of 2. Evans is recognized as one of the gifted, multi-talented musician and singers in the music business. ‘Keeping The Faith’, her autobiographical book, featured on the ‘New York Times’ bestsellers list. We have created a corpus of some famous and notable quotes and sayings by Faith Evans which have been excerpted from her writings, songs, lyrics, tweets, interviews, thoughts, public utterances, works and life. Zoom through the inspiring and enlightening quotable quotations and thoughts by Faith Evans that will make you tap your feet.
People used to say my son looked like a Mexican Biggie. And when he was first born, memories of Biggie... you know, we didn't always have the greatest days. For at least half the length of our marriage we were separated, so everyday was definitely not a good day.
When I first met Big, we were both at a 'Bad Boy' family photo shoot. I was kind of familiar with the name Biggie Smalls, but I really wasn't that much into hip-hop at the time, so I really didn't know that was him. He said he didn't even know I was an artist on 'Bad Boy.'
I'm really an inner spirit that only makes itself known through the music. A lot of people think I'm an introvert, or quiet and moody. I've even heard some people say that there's a certain mystery or darkness about me. I'm not that way. I'm just really into what I do.
I've certainly had to go through trying to change the fact that I was always identified as the widow of Notorious B.I.G. You know, I'm never going to be able to get away from having been married to him, but that's not what identifies me. You know, my life isn't just about that.
My childhood was limited to mostly gospel music. We didn't have, like, a lot of records in our house, you know. It was like my grandparents who raised me. They were pretty old-fashioned in their religious ways, so it was like church, church, church, school, school, school.
I guess you kind of got to realize that once you in a marriage, whatever it is, you gotta deal with it. Not necessarily that you got to accept it, but you have to deal with it and try your best to make it work for you, for the both of you.
Certainly it is a blessing to have three beautiful kids who are all healthy. God put them here for me to nurture and bring them up and try to keep as close to right as I can. So it's a blessing. It's a big responsibility, but at the same time it's an honor.